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The current COVID-19 related market volatility provides an opportunity for advisors to develop a long-lasting, rewarding client relationships and protect their practice from asset attrition.
Bilal Hasanjee describes the benefits of keeping a long-term view and staying invested through market volatility, and shows what happens when investors convert to cash in down markets.
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated some trends already in place, and it will have additional implications that are opaque now but that will become undeniably clear and meaningful over time.
Vanguard believes that a fundamental reason exists for equity markets having bounced back so far from their pandemic-induced shock.
In the midst of a historic downturn, Vanguard investors demonstrated the courage to commit to a long-term strategy.
Kathy Bock, Managing Director and Head, Vanguard Investments Canada Inc., discusses three ways the investment industry can help investors reach their financial goals post-pandemic.
Bilal Hasanjee provides a mid-year update of Vanguard's views on the Canadian, US, and international economies; expected returns for bonds and equities; and the future impact of COVID-19-related government debt.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the International Monetary Fund lowered its forecast for growth in emerging and developing economies for both 2020 and 2021. The way out won’t be easy. But not all is lost for emerging markets.
COVID-19 has caused economic activity worldwide to fall sharply. A deep, short recession will likely be followed by a slow recovery.
The low-interest-rate environment is a favorable backdrop for developed markets to retire pandemic-related debt. Central banks, meanwhile, may soon provide guidance on how they'll start unwinding assets.
A confluence of factors over the decade since the global financial crisis has steadily nudged the corporate bond market down the investment-grade quality scale. The COVID-19 pandemic threatens to knock some issuers off the scale completely.
Pandemic-induced supply constraints and fiscal infusions shouldn't have markets worried about runaway inflation.
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